Do you know what to do–and just as importantly, what not to do–if your horse displays vague, mild, or serious signs of what might be colic? Your answer could save your horse’s life. Sponsored by Kentucky Performance Products.Read More
Marcia King is an award-winning freelance writer based in Ohio who specializes in equine, canine, and feline veterinary topics. She's schooled in hunt seat, dressage, and Western pleasure.
Articles by Marcia King
Horses are at risk for contracting a number of diseases that can have mild to devastating consequences.Read More
The whole painful process–deciding when the time has arrived, disposing of remains, dealing with grief–can be made less stressful when everything involved with the euthanasia process is understood and decisions are planned ahead of time.Read More
Records can reveal health patterns, provide clues for health concerns, and keep wellness programs on track.Read More
Dummy foal syndrome is not a disease but, rather, a broad term that applies to foals that exhibit abnormal, often vague behaviors and/or neurologic signs during their first few days of life.Read More
Obesity causes a number of issues, from reproduction problems to bone and joint stress to insulin resistance and laminitis. The good news is it’s largely avoidable, because you control your horse’s portions and make his dietary choices for him.Read More